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" If such partial confidence would create jealousy and ill-will, peace, the object sought by such consultation, would not be promoted. "
The Pan-American Policy of James G. Blaine - Page 99
by William Spence Robertson - 1899 - 232 pages
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volume 1

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1883
...of peace with selected friendly nationalities without extending a like confidence to other peoples with whom the United States is on equally friendly terms. If such partial confidence would createjealousy and ill-will, peace, the object sought by such consultation, would not be promoted....
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The Blaine and Logan Campaign of 1884: Blaine's Speeches During the Canvass ...

Campaign literature - 1884 - 234 pages
...United States is at peace with all nations of the earth, and the President wishes hereafter to determine whether it will conduce to the general peace, which...sought by such consultation, would not be promoted. The principles controlling the relations of the Republics of this hemisphere with other nationalities...
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Pamphlets on Biography, Volume 16

Biography - 1884
...THE PROUDEST CHAPTER IN HIS LIFE. nationalities without extending a like confidence to other peoples with whom the United States is on equally friendly...sought by such consultation, would not be promoted." These instructions close with this significant sentence: — " The President, at all events, prefers...
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Mr. Blaine and His Foreign Policy: An Examination of His Most Important ...

Edward Henry Strobel - Campaign literature, 1884 - 1884 - 69 pages
...of peace with selected friendly nationalities without extending a like confidence to other peoples with whom the United States is on equally friendly...such partial confidence would create jealousy and ill will, peace, the object sought by such consultation, would not be promoted. The principles controlling...
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A Digest of the International Law of the United States: Taken from ..., Volume 1

Francis Wharton - International law - 1886
...of peace with selected friendly nationalities without extending a like confidence to other peoples with whom the United States is on equally friendly...sought by such consultation, would not be promoted." Mr. Frelinghnysen, Sec. of State, to Mr. Trescot, Jan. 9, 1882; MSS. Inst,, Chili ; For. Rel., 1882...
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Political Discussions, Legislative, Diplomatic, and Popular, 1856-1886

James Gillespie Blaine - United States - 1887 - 525 pages
...Government to enter into negotiations and consultation for the promotion of peace with selected Irieudly nationalities without extending the line of confidence...such partial confidence would create jealousy and ill will, peace, the object sought by such consultation, would not be promoted. The principles controlling...
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Political Discussions, Legislative, Diplomatic, and Popular, 1856-1886

James Gillespie Blaine - United States - 1887 - 525 pages
...promotion of peace with selected friendly nationalities without extending the line of confidence to 407 other people with whom the United States is on equally...such partial confidence would create jealousy and ill will, peace, the object sought by such consultation, would not be promoted. The principles controlling...
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A Digest of the International Law of the United States: Taken from ..., Volume 1

Francis Wharton - International law - 1887
...of peace with selected friendly nationalities without extending a like confidence to other peoples with whom the United States is on equally friendly..." If such partial confidence would create jealousy aud ill-will, peace, the object sought by such consultation, would not be promoted." Mr. Frelinghuysen,...
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An American Statesman: The Works and Words of James G. Blaine, Editor ...

Willis Fletcher Johnson - Bookbinding - 1892 - 535 pages
...United States is at peace with all nations of the earth, and the President wishes hereafter to determine whether it will conduce to the general peace, which...jealousy and ill-will, peace, the object sought by such cousultatinn, would not be promoted. The principles controlling the relations of the Republics of this...
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Life of James G. Blaine, "the Plumed Knight,": Editor, Representative ...

Willis Fletcher Johnson - Dummies (Bookselling) - 1893 - 578 pages
...States is at peace with -all nations of the earth, and the Tresiilent wishes hereafter to determine whether it will conduce to the general peace, which...sought by such consultation, would not be promoted. The principles controlling the relations of the Republics of this hemisphere with other nationalities...
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